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15? nW// Serving Columbus, Dayton, Central and SoutFt Vol. 41, No. 6 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1963 RONICLE ol sinawfiiuu OlHO rtni'^rvi'i ll/Ola n 'u.jii)ni.'3HJdtf 39 Dtvotod tt Amvrlean and Jawlih iaaait ^ The UJF&C Study Mission includes trips to the agen¬ cies whose activities are pictured above. The Hillel Israeli (lancers are shown during their weekly practice session. Baseball is one bf the major summer activities of the young¬ er set at The Jewish Center. A sample of the personalized service of the Jewish Family Service is portrayed as mem¬ bers of the committee meet New Americans upon arrival in Colitmbus. Games and hospitality bring residents and guests together often at Heritage House. These pictures .of youth through the golden years'are examples of the many functions and program.? that are provided by all four of the agencies that will be visited diu-ing the tour. BONDS GAMPAIGN UUNGHED IN MARCH Tho 1963 campaign for State of Israel Bonds will be formally launched the weekertd of Mar. 1, al an Inaugural Conference for I.'-.-.iel Bond's, It was announced today by Dr. Joaepli J. Schwartz, Vice President of the Israel Bond Organization, The Conference, which will celebrate the 15th an^ nlvorsary of the State of Israel and usher in the first year of the redemption of Israel Bon<la, will be held at tile Fontaineibleau Ho¬ tel In Miami Beach from Friday, MaT. 1 through Sunday, Mar. 3. Dr. Schwartz announced the ac- ceiptance by Samuel Rothl>erB, 1993 Natix^nai Campaign' Chair¬ man, and veteran leader in Israel Bonds, as National Ghainnan of the Inaugural Conference. "THF INAUGURAL Conference will mark tJie beginning- of a drive that must result in the sale of at least $75,000,000 in Israel Bonds during 1963," Rothiberg said in outlining plans for the Oonference. "This sum la an ab¬ solute minimuin in terms of Is¬ rael's pressing need for develop¬ ment capital to reclaim the Ne¬ gev and to absorb an exi>ected population rise of 100,000 repre¬ senting natural inoreaae and im¬ migration this year." "Of special significance this year ia tlie fact' that the first Is¬ rael Independence Sa'vlnga Bonds will become payable starting May 1, 1963. This is the 'Year ot Re¬ demption' tor Israel Bonds, and we feel that this dramatic evi¬ dence of the validity of Israel Bonds wili stimulate intensified response to the campaign to fur¬ ther the redem-pbion of the land and the people of Israel," Both- berg declared. THE HIGHUGHT of the Con- terence will be a dinner In cele¬ bration of Israel's 15th annivers¬ ary on Saturday evening, Mar. 2, at the Fontainebleau Hotel. The NaUonal Women's Division of tie Israel Bond Organization will pre- senit the premiere of an unusual Israel International Fashion Show on Friday, Mar. 1. Anyone who will be in the M3- ainl area and -would like to attend this historic event, ia requested to call the Israel Bond ofttoe, OA. 8-2473, for further information. UJFC Study Mission Begins February 14 The Study IVlission of the education committee of the United Jewish Fund and Council will begin at 9 a.m., Thursday, Feb. 14. Buses have been chartered and will depart from The .Jewish Center with Mrs. Thomas Kaplin, Jr., Mrs. Mayer Rosenfeld and Mrs. Gordon Schiffman .serving as tour guides. Assisting them with additional background information during the tour will be Mrs. Bernard Frank, Mrs, Gerald Friedman, Mrs. Jules Garel, Mrs. Rotoert Levens6n, Mrs. Leonard Wasserstrom and Mrs. Bernard Yenkin. UPON ABRIVAL at the agen¬ cy there will be lour of the build¬ ing and an explanation of the programs presented by Lazar Brenner, director of Heritage House, Mayor Rosenfeld, execu¬ tive director, and Sam Stellman, aaaistant executive director of the Jewish Center, Raibbi Harry Kap¬ lan, director, and Babbd Martin Kowal, assistant director of Hil¬ lel Foundation, and Ben Mandel¬ korn, executive director, and Mur¬ ray Daninhirsch, associate direct¬ or at the Jewish Family Service. The agency philosophy and ser¬ vices will be presented by ¦various members ot the boards and pro¬ fessional staff. During the t<^ur a box'lunch wUl be served at the noon hour aind the total cost of food and fare will be ^Sa. The tour will origi¬ nate at The Jewish Center and will return to the Center at 2:30 pjn. MR& JEROMB GiROSS, Mrs. David Gerstenfeld, and Hrs. Da¬ vid Roth, co-chairmen for Educa¬ tion Day, report an excellent re¬ sponse to the planned Study Mis¬ sion, and invite every Jewish wo¬ man in Oolumbua to take advan¬ tage of this opporttuiity to travel and leam. Oo-chalrmen of reservations are Mrs. Marvin Glassman and Mrs. Joseph Basliin, and advance registration can be made by call- ]ng Mra. BiaskIn, BBl 7-2676. ' MXaiBBIlS OF the Conununity Ooordlnatlng Committee, who are representatives of all the Jewish Women's organizations, are co¬ operating with the education com¬ mittee. Also serving are Mrs. Don Ja- cabs, coordinator of mailing; Mrs. Mel Furman, Mrs. Joseph Kass, Mrs. Gary Kerstein, Mra..4S[arold Monett, Mrs. Harry Roth, Mrs. Josei>h Scbecteir, end Mrs. Irving Stem, hostesses; Mrs. Ezra Kot¬ zin, Vtils; Mra. E. M. Englander and Mrs. Richard Lewis, special effects; Mrs. Harold Kayne, lun¬ cheon; Mrs. Louis Adelman and Mrs. Robert Hallet, Invitations; and Mrs. David Goldsmith, ar¬ rangements. JWV PRESETS BOOK 'RABBIS IN UNIFORM' TO LOCAL TEMPLES The book "Rabbis in Uniform" ia being presented to the libraries of the Agudas Achbn Synagogue, the Beth Jacob Synagogue.v. the Temple Israel and the Tifereth Israel Temnple, by Capital Post No. 122, Jewish War Veterans of the United States, Harvey Levine, cormnandor. "Rabbis in Uniform" is the new 370-page book which tells the complete story of the American Jewish mJJitary chaplaincy for the past 100 years. Published by the Assioclaition ot Jewish Chaplains in the Armed Forces and Jonathan David, Inc., the ibook is one of the projects related to the oentennial ot the Jewish rnllitary chaplaincy, be¬ ing observed under the auspices of an ad hoc committee otf 46 national Jewish organizations and coordinated by the National Jew¬ ish Welfare Board. It Is a graphic account of the roie of the Jewish chaplain in war and peace. It desorlbes his reaponsilblllities in the area of re¬ ligious services and sipirltuai gui¬ dance. It portrays his function aa a representative of hia faith to the community at large as well as hia concern for the locali Jew¬ ish communiity to which an aa- sdgnment may have him. AA DONOR FEATURES PUY 'FINSTERELLA' Mrs. Saim 'Valeov, Mrs. Joseph Schecter and Mrs. Leonard Quirui, co-chairmen of the Agudas Achlm Donor Ball, announce that plans are In full swing for this event. According to the co-chairmen, "A wonderful evening^ is In store for all donor pledges. Cocktails, danc¬ ing and a delightful musical oom- dy, 'Finstereila,' wUl round out the evening." The ball will be held in the Social Hail at 8 p.m. Mrs. Natlian Nedelman and Mrs. David Paine are in charge ol decorations. Mrs. Irving Stem is publicity chairman and Mrs. Richard Golden is chairman of reservations. Mrs. Jack Kooper¬ stein and Mrs. Don Erkis are in charge of the food. Mrs. BVank Nutis and Mrs. Martin Godofsky are program chairmen and Mra. Lou Goldfarb la the choreographer Jor "Finstereila." The musical ia under the direction of Larry Kent For reservations oall Mra. Rich¬ ard Golden, BE. 1-6131, or the Synagogue office, BE. 1-2747. Ad¬ mission Is a donor pledge plus $2 per person. Jewish Study Inst Opens This Tuesday Walter Robinson, chairman of the Institute of Jewish Studies committee at The Jewish Center, announced that the second group ot nine lectures of the Institute will open on Tues¬ day evening, Feb. 12. "On that date," stated Robinson, ''we are pleased to have Matthew E. Baigell, of the Ohio State University, begin the first of his series of three lectures on 'Modern Jewish Artists'." Bai¬ gell, teacher and art historian, will present an Ulustrated Inter¬ pretation of the work and per¬ sonalities of prooninent Jewish artists of the 19th and 20th cen¬ turies, such oa Marc Chagall, Chatoi Soutlne, Amadeo Modigli- anl and Max Weber. Bedgell is a graduate of the University of Vermont, and re¬ ceived his Masters degree from Columbia UWversity. He is pres¬ ently a candidate for his PhJ3 He has taught in the Philadelphia Museum College of Art, and In the department of the history of art. He has had several hundred articles published by various en¬ cyclopedias and art dictionaries Baigell holds a commission in the United States Air Force. ROBINSON WENT ON to state that for three consecutive Wed¬ nesdays, beginning on Feb. 18, Rabhl David Stavaky, spiritual leader of the Beth Jacob Syna¬ gogue, would discuss "Joyful Links in the GpJden Chain — The Has¬ sidic Movement." Rabbi Stavsliy will lecture on the iblrth of Has- sidism's mystical and beautiful philosophy of religious experience and analyze its heroic role as a saving Influence of Jewish faith. RABBI STAVSKY is a naUve New Yorlier, He graduated from Che Ralbbi Jacioib Joseph Schobl, the oldest parochial school in America, and the Talmudic Aca¬ demy High School of Yeshiva University. He received his B_A. from Ye¬ shiva University where he major¬ ed in psychology. Slmultaneousiy, he studied at the Rabbi Issac EJl- chanon Theological Seminary, from which he received his ordi¬ nation in 1955. Ratobl Stavsky has been splri- tmal leader of the Beth Jaco* Congregation since August, 1957. DR. BERNARD MEHL, teach¬ er and authority on the history and philosophy of education and a student otf Jewish problems, wUl begin his series of three lec¬ tures on Thursday eVening, Feb. 14. His topic will be "The Ameri¬ can Jewish Oommunlty — A Glid- edi Ghetto?" He will discuss the political, moral, etlilcal tmd edu- cationai issues involved in the ad¬ justment of American Jewry to Mathew C Baigel] PRAYER IN SCHOOL WILL BE DISCUSSED OertatnJy the U.S. Supreme Court's recen.t decision concern¬ ing the prayer used in certain New York schools stirred the emotions and feelings of all Americans. Religionists Immedi¬ ately chose sides and many jurists and legislators joined in with their cheers or complaints, 'fhe Columlbus Jewish community will hear the pros and oons. on this topic when The Jewish Center public affairs committee and B'nai B'rith Zion Lodge No. 62 jointly present a panel dlscuaaion with former Common Pleas Judge Robert M. Draper, attorney Stan¬ ley Robinson, Jr., and a promi¬ nent clergyman aa membera of the panel. Samuel Stellman will act aa moderator. The diacuasion will Involve anawers by these experts to ques¬ tions from the audience. The time ia 8:30 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 12, In The Jewlah Center Auditorium. The entir*'Jewlah coonlnunlty la invited to participate In thia event. Rabbi David Stavsky an affluent society and decreas¬ ing external pressiires. THE INSTITUTB OF Je-vUh Studies is another adult activity offered to the memljerehip of The Jewish Center. Other members of the community may attend the Institute lectures at a fee otf $2 per aeries. Further information may toe ae- cured by phoning Harold M. Ei¬ senstein, Center adult aotivities director, at BR 1-2731. CANTOR PHILIP GEUMAN ANNOUNCED AS RECIPIENT DF BROTHERHOOD AWARD "It Is with a deep sense of pride that we announce that Cantor Philip Gellman wlil be the recipi¬ ent of the 1963 Brotherhood Ajwaird;" said Marvin Oreenberg and Marvin Rosen of the Beth Ja<»l^ Brotherhood. "Mr. Geilman has served the Jewish Community of Columbus wtth dignity and loyalty for over three decades. On more tlian one occasion during hJs devoted ten¬ ure at the Agudas Achlm Syna¬ gogue, he gave ot his talents to the Beth Jacob Oongregatlon and its auxiliaa-ies. As a shochet tor the entire community, he was called upon to serve at times be¬ yond the call of normal functions, and in recognition for his schol¬ arship and gentlemanly attitude to synagogue life, he wili receive this special award by th» Beth Jacoto Brotherhood." Rabbi Stavsky said, "Chazon .Gellman is very deserving of this honor. As a religious functionary and devoted son of hia people, Is talents were extended beyond the portals of his worthy congrega¬ tion. I congratulate the BJ. Bro¬ therhood on their wise selection" The presentation of the award wUl be given at the cantorial con¬ cert to be hald Feb. IB, at 8 p.m. at the Beth Jacob Synagogue. The concert wlU feature Can¬ tor Herman Blonder of the Beth Jacob Synagogue and his choir, Cantar Stanley Burstein of the Temple Tifereth Israel, Oantor Geltaian, and a guest cantor from Dayton, Cantor Matus Radzivi- lover. The program will include musi¬ cal selections from each of the cantors. Al Shames is master ot ceremonies. Hebrew School Pupifs To Observe Arbor Day Chamisho Osor B'shevat (Arbor Day in Israel) will be observed Monday, Feb. 11, In all classes at the Oolumbus Heibrew School. An atpprppriate treat, consisting otf assorted fruits, will be Provided to all pupils by the PTA. In ¦'connection with the otoserv- ance of Chamisho Osor B'shevait, Hebrew School pupils have under¬ taken to plant trees in The Chil¬ dren's Woodland in Freedom For¬ est, of the Jewish National Fund in Israel. Planting oftreea Is the traditional custom ot ahaesfvixtg this holiday. Trees can be plant; ed to honor of parent^ family and frienda and In memory of lov- •d onea.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1963-02-08|
|Subject||Jews -- Ohio -- Periodicals|
|Place||Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)|
|Creator||Ohio Jewish Chronicle|
|Collection||Ohio Jewish Chronicle|
|Submitting Institution||Columbus Jewish Historical Society|
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